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Competitor : Jurnal Pendidikan Kepelatihan Olahraga
ISSN : 20855389     EISSN : 26570734     DOI : 10.26858
Core Subject : Education,
Jurnal COMPETITOR diterbitkan oleh Jurusan Pendidikan Kepelatihan Olahraga Universitas Negeri Makassar. Jurnal terbit tiga kali setahun pada bulan Februari, Juni dan Oktober berisi artikel-artikel ilmiah tentang pengajaran pendidikan jasmani dan olahraga, baik yang ditulis dalam bahasa Indonesia maupun Asing. Artikel yang dimuat berupa analisis, kajian dan aplikasi teori, hasil penelitian dan pembahasan kepustakaan
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Expression of Peroxisome Proliferator-Activated Receptor Gamma Coactivator 1α Increases After 8-Weeks of Endurance Training in Obese Females Arya Dwi Prastickho; Desiana Merawati; Sugiharto Sugiharto
COMPETITOR: Jurnal Pendidikan Kepelatihan Olahraga Vol 15, No 2 (2023): June
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/cjpko.v15i2.47705

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This study aimed to prove the effect of moderate-intensity aerobic exercise on increasing Peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor-gamma coactivator-1alpha (PGC-1α) levels in obese women. A total of 12 women aged 20-25, with body mass index (BMI) of 25-30 kg/m2, normal systolic blood pressure, and normal resting heart rate as subjects in the study. Subjects were randomly divided into 2 groups, namely K1 (n=6; control without intervention) and K2 (n=6; aerobic exercise). The exercise was carried out with an intensity of 60% -70% HRmax, frequency 3x/week for 8 weeks. Pretest and posttest PGC-1α levels were analyzed using the Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) method. The data analysis technique uses the Paired Sample T-Test with a significant level of 5%. Based on the results of the study it was concluded that aerobic exercise with an intensity of 60% -70% HRmax with a frequency of 3x/week for 8 weeks affected increasing PGC-1α levels in obese women.
Dietary Intake and Nutritional Knowledge: Study in Haemodialysis Patients with Hypertension and Diabetes Mellitus in RUSD Dr. Saiful Anwar Malang Yade Kurnia Yasin; Defanda Tritya; Septian Riski Hidayah; Anggun Rindang Cempaka; Dewi Retno Sariwulan; Nurussyariah Hammado
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/cjpko.v15i2.46138

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Hypertension and Diabetes Mellitus are the most common causes of Metabolic Syndrome, one of which leads to Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). Risk factors associated with this condition are diet and nutritional knowledge. This study aims to determine differences in nutritional intake and nutritional knowledge in patients with kidney disease on hemodialysis who have comorbid hypertension and/or diabetes mellitus and/or both. The number of respondents in this cross-sectional study was 27 outpatients undergoing hemodialysis at RSUD Dr. Saiful Anwar Malang, taken by consecutive sampling which met the inclusion criteria. The variables studied were dietarily obtained from the SQ-FFQ and nutritional knowledge was obtained from interviews using a questionnaire form containing questions related to diet, food consumed, restricted foods, and foods to avoid. The results showed that 17 hemodialysis patients suffered from hypertension and 10 patients with hypertension and diabetes mellitus. There was no difference in dietary intake between the hypertension group and hypertension and the diabetes mellitus group (p>0.05), the results of the analysis of nutritional knowledge also showed no difference between the two groups (p>0.05). This study concluded that hemodialysis patients who experienced hypertension and hypertension with Diabetes Mellitus did not show differences in dietary intake and nutritional knowledge.
The Influence of Shotloc Training on Accuracy Shooting Free Throw Women’s Basketball Singaperbangsa University Karawang Rafiqa Adawiyyah; Qorry Armen Gemael; R. Retna Kinati Dewi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/cjpko.v15i2.48283

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This research is difficult to positionreturnorgrippingpalmlack of handsconsistencyin a releaseshe wasmomentshooting,causeclearanceWhichlesswell in one game. As a result of the grip on holding the ball wrong then it causes when doing it shooting free throw accuracy is not right on the basketball hoop, therefore researchers provide toolsshotloc. The purpose of this research is to improve accuracy in shooting free throws. This type of research is experimental with a quantitative approach and research design in fact-group comparison. The population is 83 athletes and the sample is 40 female athletes with technique purposive sampling. This research instrument uses a free-throw test. Data analysis used t-test analysis and previously tested for normality and homogeneity. The pretest data has an average of 23.35 and the post-test has an average of 11.58. The normality test using the Shapiro-Wilk pretest results has a significant 0.121 > 0.05, so the pretest data is normally distributed, and the normality test using the Shapiro-Wilk on the posttest results has a significant 0.089 > 0.05, so the posttest data is normally distributed. The homogeneity test has a Sig value. 0.405 > 0.05, it can be obtained that the data distribution is homogeneous. Then the Paired t-test shows that the value of Sig. (2-tailed) of 0.000 <0.05, it can be concluded that there is a significant difference between the results usingshotloc on the Pretest and Posttest data.
Increased Speed and Agility Through Ladder Drill Variations Niqsanding Sanrijaya; Oce Wiriawan; Sapto Wibowo
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/cjpko.v15i2.47333

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This study aims to determine the effect of the ladder drill exercise with one foot in each and fight shuffle (group 1) and with the ladder drill with two feet in each and skiers (group 2) on increasing speed and agility. The method used in this research is Quasi Experiment. In this study, 30 samples were used which were divided into 3 groups which were given different treatments. This study uses the speed of measurement and agility. The results of this study showed that the speed and agility of the pretest and posttest results in group 1 showed an increase of 11% in speed and 14% in agility. while for group 2 there was an increase of 9% in speed and 16% in agility. Based on these results, it can be stated that the effect of the drill ladder exercise is one foot on each leg and a struggle to shuffle with the ladder drill two feet on each leg and skiers.
The Relations of Knowledge and Attitude Towards Anaemia Among Petanque Athletes Guruh Amir Putra; Muhammad Rachmat Kasmad; Nurussyariah Hammado
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/cjpko.v15i2.46136

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Anaemia causes athletes to tire easily and decrease fitness due to physical activity, exercise, physiological and psychological stress, and environmental conditions. This study aimed to evaluate the knowledge and attitudes towards anaemia of petanque athletes in Makassar. A cross-sectional descriptive study, using a questionnaire, was conducted on thirty petanque athletes in Makassar. Descriptive statistics were used to elaborate on the demographic characteristics, knowledge, and attitude’s respondents. Pearson correlation was used to identify the relationship between variables. Seventeen (56.7%) male respondents with an average age of 21.53±4.13 years and thirteen (43.3%) female respondents with an average age of 20.08±2.12 years. There are 46.7% have moderate and 36.7% have poor knowledge about anaemia. Almost respondents (96.7%) have a slightly positive attitude regarding anaemia. A significant and positive correlation between knowledge-attitude (r=0.317, p<0.05) was observed. Conclusion: There is a significant relationship between knowledge and attitudes related to anaemia in petanque athletes. The positive and significant correlation reaffirms that better knowledge can lead to positive attitudes. This will further assist in the prevention and management of anaemia in sports. Therefore, an extensive health and sports education campaign should be provided to the general athlete population and petanque athletes.
Improved Vertical Jump After Jumping Rope Practice for Volleyball Extracurricular Players at SMA 1 Arosbaya Komar Uzzaman; Khoirul Anwar; Heni Yuli Handayani
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/cjpko.v15i2.48461

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This research is based on discussions with a senior Physical Education trainer (teacher) at SMAN 1 AROSBAYA, Bangkalan Regency, one of the subjects the students really like. I really like volleyball sports materials. Teachers in the field of Physical Education, Health and Recreation at SMAN 1 AROSBAYA apply that when teaching students, almost all students are happy and understand the material. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of jumping rope training on the vertical jump of volleyball athletes in the extracurricular activities of SMAN 1 Arosbaya. Based on the frequency distribution in table 4.2, the results of the pretest and posttest of Jumping Rope Exercises for Volleyball Extracurricular Vertical Jump at SMA 1 Arosbaya, Bangkalan Regency, namely based on the output above, the mean value of the I/Pre Test test was 228.27 cm while for Test II/posttest it was 229 ,93. So it can be concluded that the average training acquisition has a different average. Based on the output that has been tested, that the significance value is 0.000 > 0.05, there is a significant change in the results of the Jump Rope Exercise experiment on Volleyball Extracurricular Jump at SMA 1 Arosbaya, Bangkalan Regency.
Irisan Profile of Obese Women After Moderate Intensity Aerobic Exercise Naufal Firdaus; Sugiharto Sugiharto; Desiana Merawati
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/cjpko.v15i2.47729

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Irisin in obesity was found to be lower than in individuals with normal weight. Low irisin levels lead to decreased metabolism. Low metabolism causes a decrease in muscle mass, storage of triglyceride energy, and accumulation of excess fatty acids in the body which can lead to the risk of obesity. This study aims to prove the effect of moderate-intensity aerobic exercise on increasing irisin levels in obese women. This research method is true experimental with a random calculation design between pretest-posttest groups. A total of 18 obese women aged 20-25 years were actively involved in research activities and were divided into two groups, namely KK (n = 9; control group), and KE (n = 9; experimental group). Aerobic exercise was given using a set intensity of 60-70% HRmax with a treadmill for 45 minutes, 3x/week for 8 weeks. Irisin levels were evaluated before and after the intervention using the ELISA Kit method. The data analysis technique used the Paired Sample T-Test with a 5% confidence level. The results showed the average irisin level between before and after the intervention in KK (0.83±0.97 vs. 0.86±1.25 ng/mL, p=0.961), KE (0.69±0.64 vs. 2.77±1.26 ng/mL, p=0.003). Based on the results of the study it was concluded that aerobic exercise with a set intensity of 60-70% HRmax performed 3x/week for 8 weeks can increase irisin levels in obese women.
The Effect of Bridging Exercise and Heel Rises Exercise on Balance Post Stroke in Makassar City Nurhikmawaty Hasbiah; Andi Rahmaniar Suciani P; Nurul Hidayah Akhmad; Aco Tang
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/cjpko.v15i2.46634

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Post-stroke sensory motor disorders will also result in disturbances in the sensory and motor components which cause disturbances in the posture control system so that it is unable to maintain body balance in certain positions. One of the rehabilitation programs that are often used to restore function due to motor deficits is Bridging Exercise and Heel Raises Exercise. Bridging exercise is an exercise to strengthen and stabilize the gluteus, hip and lower back. This exercise is a great way to isolate and strengthen the gluteus and hamstring (back of the upper leg) muscles. Heel raises exercise is an exercise to strengthen the leg muscles, especially the gastrocnemius muscles and plantar flexion muscles which can have effects on the nerves and skeleton. From this stimulation, when it reaches proprioception, the body will maintain balance. The method used is a quasy experiment with a pretest-posttest two-group design. And it was found that the results of this study showed that there was an effect of bridging exercise 0.001 (p<0.05) and heel raises exercise 0.002 (p<0.05) in improving the balance of post-stroke patients. So it can be concluded that the two exercises can improve the balance of post-stroke patients.
The Influence of Squat Jump Training on Leg Muscle Power of Pesilat at Education of Pencak Silat Persinas Asad Bangkalan Tiazari Cindiantika Fitri; Heni Yuli Handayani; Fajar Hidayatullah; Fajar Hamdhan Utama
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/cjpko.v15i2.48349

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This study aims to describe the implications and responses of fighters on the use of Squat Jump exercises in learning pencak silat. The research design in this study is quantitative. This research involved martial arts fighters aged 14-17 years at the Persinas Asad Pencak Silat College as research subjects. The data were obtained through martial arts, in this study the researcher carried out several stages to analyze the data, namely the pre-test and post-test. The results of the study show that the use of squat jump exercises is effective in the process of practising pencak silat because fighters get something different by using squat jump exercises. The squat jump exercise is also used to provide input to fighters to get good leg muscle power. According to fighters, squat jump training is a training model that invites fighters to further increase leg muscle power. In addition, fighters can also provide more power when kicking pencak silat.
Strength and Balance Improvement with Plank Exercise Variations Miftachul Amiruddin; Oce Wiriawan; Muhammad Muhammad
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/cjpko.v15i2.47332

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This study aims to determine the effect of core stability exercises (Elbow Plank, High Plank, and Elbow Plank With Legs Open) on abdominal muscle strength and balance.  Quasi-experimental research and research design using nonequivalent control group design. The purposive sampling technique was used in this study to determine the research subjects where the total research subjects obtained 32 people. The research instruments used were the sit up test (30 seconds) to measure abdominal muscle strength and the standing stork test to measure balance. The results of the manova test showed that there was a significant difference, while the post hoc test showed that the results did not have a significant difference in influencing abdominal muscle strength and balance. The results of plank training showed a significant difference, both in abdominal muscle strength and balance. The conclusion of this study is that the plank core stability variation training method has a more significant effect on increasing abdominal muscle strength and balance.

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